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Becoming a Digital Nomad

7 Steps to Becoming a Digital Nomad

Becoming a digital nomad permits you to work and travel from any place. Digital nomads decide to work from their laptop, which is not restricted to any location. The adaptability in this method of bringing in cash online can set out the freedom and enthusiasm of venturing to the far corners of the planet. This opportunity implies expats can work toward the beginning of the day and by the evening be unwinding on heavenly seashores, climbing in the wilderness, or skiing down the mountains. Read more

Who Buys International Health Insurance

Who Buys International Health Insurance?

When it comes to international health insurance, there are various reasons and profiles of people who buy it. Mostly it someone who is living outside their country of citizenship, often known as expats, global nomads, global citizens, and digital nomads. It could be someone who took a position with their company overseas and will be living in a foreign country for the next two years or more. Read more

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Top 5 Career Choices That Expatriates Can Explore

Learn About Some Great Career Choices for Expatriates Living Abroad

We have all been through that moment of wonder when we have dream of moving abroad to pursue our dream job. You too may have pictured yourself living abroad but held yourself back from exploring those dreamy ideas because you don’t speak the language of the country you want to work or live in. Or, maybe you are unsure about beginning your search when it comes to looking for jobs that suit your profile and vice-versa. But there isn’t any reason to be worried about career choices for expatriates. Several foreign locations have been attracting expatriates from across the globe but not without a reason. If you are someone who is thinking of making a move or have already been living in another country and wrestling with career dilemmas in your area of work, you are on the right page. Read on to know exactly how this will help. Read more

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10 tips on how to keep your expat kids healthy & happy overseas

Some Tips for Expatriate Parents on How to Keep Your Kids Happy and Healthy Overseas Moving abroad is often a difficult transition for expatriates and their spouses, but often even more so for their children. You want to make sure that the transition to life abroad is as effortless as possible. One of the most important […]

Retire Abroad

Should you retire abroad?

Learn About Retiring Abroad – Determining Your “Expatibility,” or Candidacy, for Retiring Abroad

A lot of us wanted to travel abroad while we were younger or were interested in taking time off work to explore and see more of the world. You may or may not have had the chance to see as much of the world as you wanted. But now you nearing retirement. And you always thought you’d travel once your career was complete. Now you are considering going abroad – and staying abroad permanently as a retired expat.

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Healthcare in United Kingdom

How Expats Can Save Money When Moving to the UK

The UK’s rich cultural heritage, vibrant history, and high standard of living have made it one of the most sought-after expat destinations in the world. London’s eminence as a global business center also means that many expat positions there will come with high wages. However, these qualities have also contributed to a high cost of living. The UK is the 12th most expensive country to live in in the world, and its capital, London, is the 5th most expensive city in the world. To help you keep costs down, we at Expat Financial will discuss five ways on how expats can save money when moving to the UK.

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Is your Company Employing American Expats?

Is Your Company Aware of the Risks for American Expats?

Is your organization or multinational company employing American expats? Are you aware that most American expatriates will want to seek medical treatment in the USA if possible, especially for serious conditions? If so, are you aware of the significant costs associated with medical care in the USA? We have sourced some excellent risk prediction guidelines for expatriate claims in the USA or for American expats who more often than not wish to obtain medical care back in their home country. These medical costs can easily run into the hundreds of thousands of dollars, and more often than not the employer will have to cover.

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Future Expat Employee Trends for Expatriate Employers

Cigna has recently released a detailed study on expat employee trends for global employers with the National Foreign Trade CouncilCigna Global Benefits surveyed employees on how they felt about the benefits offered by expat employees – such as housing, income, taxation, education and of course insurance. This is very valuable for global mobility managers because Cigna set up anonymous feedback from the employees for candid feedback from over 100 countries. We wanted to summarize the findings from an expat insurance specialist perspective and provide our insights and opinions for our expat clients and prospective clients around the world.

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